IEA Research for Education

A Series of In-depth Analyses Based on Data of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)

Book Series
There are 4 volumes in this series
Published 2016 - 2018

About this series

The International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) is an independent nongovernmental nonprofit cooperative of national research institutions and governmental research agencies that originated in Hamburg, Germany in 1958. For nearly 60 years, IEA has developed and conducted high-quality, large-scale comparative studies in education to support countries’ efforts to engage in national strategies for educational monitoring and improvement.  IEA continues to promote capacity building and knowledge sharing to foster innovation and quality in education, proudly uniting more than 60 member institutions, with studies conducted in more than 100 countries worldwide.IEA’s comprehensive data provide an unparalleled longitudinal resource for researchers, and this series of in-depth thematic reports can be used to shed light on critical questions concerning educational policies and educational research. The goal is to encourage international dialogue focusing on policy matters and technical evaluation procedures. The resulting debate integrates powerful conceptual frameworks, comprehensive datasets and rigorous analysis, thus enhancing understanding of diverse education systems worldwide.

Series Editors

Seamus Hegarty, University of Warwick, UK, and Chair of IEA Publications

and Editorial Committee

Leslie Rutkowski, Indiana University, USA

 

Editorial Board

John Ainley, Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia

Kadriye Ercikan, University of British Columbia, Canada

Eckhard Klieme, German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF), Germany

Rainer Lehrmann, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Fou-Lai Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, Chinese Taipei

Marlaine Lockheed, Princeton University, USA

Sarah Maughan, AlphaPlus Consultancy, UK

Carina Omoeva, FHI 360, USA

Elena Papanastasiou, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Valena White Plisko, Independent Consultant, USA

Jonathan Plucker, John Hopkins University, USA

Fernando Reimers, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA

David Rutkowski, University of Oslo, Norway

Jouni Välijärvi, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Hans Wagemaker, Senior Advisor to IEA, New Zealand